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5 dicționare găsite pentru infirm
Din dicționarul The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48 :

  Infirm \In*firm"\ ([i^]n*f[~e]rm"), a. [L. infirmus: cf. F.
     infirme. See In- not, and Firm, a.]
     1. Not firm or sound; weak; feeble; as, an infirm body; an
        infirm constitution.
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              A poor, infirm, weak, and despised old man. --Shak.
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     2. Weak of mind or will; irresolute; vacillating. "An infirm
        judgment." --Burke.
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              Infirm of purpose!                    --Shak.
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     3. Not solid or stable; insecure; precarious.
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              He who fixes on false principles treads or infirm
              ground.                               --South.
     Syn: Debilitated; sickly; feeble; decrepit; weak; enfeebled;
          irresolute; vacillating; imbecile.
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Din dicționarul The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48 :

  Infirm \In*firm"\, v. t. [L. infirmare : cf. F. infirmer.]
     To weaken; to enfeeble. [Obs.] --Sir W. Raleigh.
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Din dicționarul WordNet (r) 2.0 :

       adj 1: confined to bed (by illness) [syn: bedfast, bedridden, bedrid,
       2: lacking physical strength or vitality; "a feeble old woman";
          "her body looked sapless" [syn: decrepit, debile, feeble,
           sapless, weak, weakly]
       3: lacking firmness of will or character or purpose; "infirm of
          purpose; give me the daggers" - Shakespeare
       4: weak and feeble; "I'm feeling seedy today" [syn: debilitated,
           enfeebled, seedy]

Din dicționarul Moby Thesaurus II by Grady Ward, 1.0 :

  202 Moby Thesaurus words for "infirm":
     Adamic, abulic, adrift, afloat, afraid, ailing, alternating,
     amorphous, anile, backsliding, cachectic, capricious, carnal,
     changeable, changeful, cowardly, crabbed, crippled, crumbling,
     dangerous, debilitated, decrepit, desultory, deviable,
     disintegrating, dizzy, doddered, doddering, doddery, drained,
     eccentric, enervated, enfeebled, erratic, erring, exhausted,
     failing, faint, fainthearted, fallen, faltering, fast and loose,
     feeble, feebleminded, fickle, fitful, fleshly, flickering, flighty,
     flimsy, flitting, fluctuating, fossilized, fragile, frail,
     freakish, gerontal, gerontic, giddy, hazardous, healthless, ill,
     impetuous, impulsive, impure, in poor health, inconsistent,
     inconstant, indecisive, indisposed, insecure, insubstantial,
     invalid, invertebrate, irregular, irresolute, irresponsible, lame,
     languishing, lapsed, mazy, mercurial, moody, moribund, mossbacked,
     moth-eaten, mummylike, of easy virtue, on the decline, pale,
     palsied, papery-skinned, peaked, peaky, peccable, perilous,
     pliable, poor, poorish, postlapsarian, precarious, prodigal,
     provisional, rambling, ravaged with age, recidivist, recidivistic,
     reduced, reduced in health, restless, rickety, risky, rotten,
     rotten at, roving, run to seed, run-down, rusty, scatterbrained,
     senile, shaky, shapeless, shifting, shifty, shriveled, shuffling,
     sick, sickly, slippery, soft, spasmodic, spineless,
     stricken in years, temporary, tentative, ticklish, timeworn,
     tottering, tottery, treacherous, unaccountable, unangelic,
     uncertain, unchaste, unclean, uncontrolled, undependable,
     undisciplined, unfaithworthy, unfirm, unfixed, ungodly, ungood,
     unhealthy, unpredictable, unreliable, unrestrained, unrighteous,
     unsaintly, unsettled, unsolid, unsound, unstable,
     unstable as water, unstaid, unsteadfast, unsteady, unsturdy,
     unsubstantial, unsure, untrustworthy, unvirtuous, unwell,
     vacillating, vagrant, valetudinarian, valetudinary, variable,
     vicissitudinary, vicissitudinous, virtueless, volatile, wandering,
     wanton, wasted, wavering, wavery, wavy, wayward, weak, weak-kneed,
     weak-minded, weak-willed, weakened, weakly, whimsical, wishy-washy,
     with low resistance, withered, wizened, wobbling, wobbly  
Din dicționarul Bouvier's Law Dictionary, Revised 6th Ed (1856) :

  INFIRM. Weak, feeble. 
       2. When a witness is infirm to an extent likely to destroy his life, or 
  to prevent his attendance at the trial, his testimony de bene esge may be 
  taken at any age. 1 P. Will. 117; see Aged witness.; Going witness. 

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